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Early winter view northward from Gibbet Hill with Groton Center Farms in the middle ground, followed by houses along Hollis Street with New Hampshire mountains in the distance. Photo by Steve Lieman


Photo by Steve Lieman


His dog’s face tells you everything you need to know about its personality. Photo by Steve Lieman


The vigil for racial justice continues on Main Street

by Russell Harris   Groton has more than 100 miles of maintained woodland trails. These trails make our woodlands accessible, safer, and let us engage the natural envi- ronment on a deeper level. Since the start of the pandemic, our woodland trails have seen increased use. With greater trail...

Although it has been a mostly snowless winter so far, a light dusting and chilly weather lent a sense of festivity and post-holiday cheer to this photo of horseback riders riding along Main Street in front of Prescott Community Center. Photo by Steve Lieman


This lovely photograph of family life at Lawrence Homestead in the days before electricity shows the beauty of the home during the era when the Homestead concerts were a social highlight of the holiday season. The original black and white photograph was colorized by the Groton Herald. Photo by Estelle Lawrence.


by Joshua Vollmar   The last day of the fall term was a very special occasion for Groton School’s first 30 years. Just before the winter holidays, the December day saw a yearly concert hosted by Jim and Estelle Lawrence at the Lawrence Homestead on the corner of Farmers Row and Long Hill Road...

Tiger! Tiger! By Tatiana Kramarev Sheppard


Born in Regensburg Germany to a Russian Father and a German mother, Tatiana Kramarev Sheppard came to the United States with her family as a child. Fluent in both languages of her birth, she holds the M.A. in Russian Language and Literature from Fordham University.      Before she retired in...

Placing American flags for Wreaths Across America Ceremony. Photo by Steve Lieman

View of Mount Wachusett from the General Field. Photo by Steve Lieman


by Russell Harris   This week the town celebrates the payoff and preservation of more than 300 acres of Groton farmland, forest and fields that came within a hair’s breadth of being lost to development.      By a confluence of unwavering support from residents, support by non-profit...


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